Conversations

Matthew Hersch
History of Science

Knife-fighting and Cardboard Bazookas: A Conversation with Matthew Hersch

On the first day of class Hersch demonstrated how one might load a musket while riding a horse.

In Quincy's Basement
Conversations

Professors' Professors

​As a college student, you might forget that the accomplished professor at the helm of your lecture once sat in your seat. We asked professors who went to Harvard to write about their most memorable experiences with one of their own professors. Read on to find out why you really should be going to office hours.

Walter Isaacson
Conversations

Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson
Conversations

Q&A with Walter S. Isaacson

President and CEO of the Aspen Institute, Walter S. Isaacson '74 talks the upcoming election, free speech, and the value of creativity.

Lunch with Charles Alcock
Year in Review

Lunch with Charles Alcock

Astrophysics Professor Charles Alcock in his office.

Conversation with Toni Morrison
Year in Review

Conversation with Toni Morrison

A photo of Toni Morrison from earlier this year.

Bill Barlow Talks Censorship and Reclaim HLS
Year in Review

Bill Barlow Talks Censorship and Reclaim HLS

Third-year Harvard Law School student Bill Barlow talks to The Crimson about what he perceives as censorship by the Reclaim HLS movement. In protest, Barlow put up controversial posters voicing his concerns, which were subsequently taken down by Reclaim protesters.

Local Raves
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Let It Rave

Electronic, House and Trance are the typical genres heard at raves, and while there aren’t any raves in Cambridge proper, venues around town frequently put on events featuring these types of artists

NeW Society
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NeW Kid on the Block

NeW’s mission to “educate and train the next generation of conservative women leaders."

Adam Hochschild
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Adam Hochschild

Harvard Map Collection
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All Over the Map

“Harvard cannot hope to have strong departments in everything,” the University is reported; to have said. In any case, Geography was gone for good. Or so it seemed.

Maura Healey
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Maura Healey

The Faces of TDM
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Showtime: A Look at TDM's Debut

Johnson’s Movement Lab is one of many classes offered this year as part of Harvard’s newest concentration: Theater, Dance, and Media.

Maura Healey
Conversations

15 Minutes with Maura Healey

After speaking in the Kirkland House Senior Common room, Attorney General Healey sat down with FM to chat about her first year in office. ​

Harvard Shuttle Driver
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Father, Flyer, Driver, Runner: Harvard Shuttle Driver Runs Boston Marathon

Bariagaber ran the full Boston Marathon on Apr. 18, over 30 years after making an overseas voyage from Eritrea to the United States.